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Joulon – Asset Management for the Energy Industry

Sour service is available and all H2S service parts of hammer unions conform to the latest NACE specifications. Hammer unions can be supplied for low temperature applications with suitable impact value testing, and all components of the same size and figure number are Weco interchangeable. All union nuts have three hammer lugs.

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Socket Weld Union - PENN-USA

CLASS 3000 – FIGURE NO. 13017 MaterialAvailable in a complete range of Carbon Steels, Stainless Steels, Alloy Steels and Non -ferrous metals certified to ASTM, ASME, and Socket Weld Union Welding Gap and Minimum Flat Dimension For Socket Weld Fittings Animated Model .

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Yale Quick Opening Closures - Triumph Piping

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    Pressure Alert Valve

    Glossary Terms and Definitions for Oilfield Terminology

    Figure 1502A hammer union model number typically 15,000 psi rated (but down rated (or H2S service). Held in stock by Global Supply Line in Butt weld and LP (NPT) Threaded. Click here for our Stocklist. Figure 2202A hammer union model number typically 20,000 psi

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Preheating, Interpass and Post-Weld Heat Treatment

PREHEATING, INTERPASS AND POST-WELD HEAT TREATMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR WELDING LOW ALLOY STEELS 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Issue1-5 In fusion welding processes (see 2.1), the reason often given to explain the need for preheating, controlling the interpass temperature (in multipass welds), and post-weld heat treatment (PWHT) is to reduce the risk of cold

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R&M Energy Systems Product Brochure - Composite

APA™ Hercules® stuffing boxes have always been recognized for quality features unsurpassed in the industry.Today, this tradition continues with new designs that set even higher standards for quality and dependability. Hercules stuffing boxes are available for polished rods and liners 1" through 1-3/4" with LP or tubing threads through 4-1/2" EUE.

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Jianhu County OTL Valve Mfg. Factory

FORGED BRANCH OUTLET FITTINGS. Branch Outlet Fittings are widely used abroad in recent years and used as reinforced pipe fittings to connect pipe branches, to replace traditional connecting types such as reducing tees, reinforcing plates, reinforcing pipe sections.

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Standards and Testing - SpotTrack

An interface failure is also characteristic of higher strength and thicker steels, in the case of an interface failure the weld will shear directly through its centre leaving half of the weld in each sheet and no protruding plug, figure 6. Figure 4. Plug failure. Figure 5. aPartial plug failure , b:cross section of partial plug. Figure 6.

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stainless steel hammer unions - quality stainless steel

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Hardening and tempering of knife steel — Sandvik

Purpose of hardening and tempering of knife steel Hardening is a way of making the knife steel harder. By first heating the knife steel to between 1050 and 1090°C (1922 and 1994°F) and then quickly cooling (quenching) it, the knife steel will become much harder, but also more brittle.

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Trademarks and Logos - Alloy Artifacts

Logo Images. Table 3 below shows a number of logo images taken from various tools. In some cases these are also registered trademarks (as noted in the table), but in general the logos are simply informal marks chosen by the manufacturer to identify their tools.

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horseshoe steel - Knife Making - I Forge Iron

Jun 25, 2009 · Unfortunately, horseshoe steel isn't nearly knife-grade. It's the same as mild steel (1015-1020), which has low carbon content. A good rule of thumb to find out if a steel might be good for making knives out of is spark testing.

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Hardening and tempering of knife steel — Sandvik

Purpose of hardening and tempering of knife steel Hardening is a way of making the knife steel harder. By first heating the knife steel to between 1050 and 1090°C (1922 and 1994°F) and then quickly cooling (quenching) it, the knife steel will become much harder, but also more brittle.

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Trademarks and Logos - Alloy Artifacts

Logo Images. Table 3 below shows a number of logo images taken from various tools. In some cases these are also registered trademarks (as noted in the table), but in general the logos are simply informal marks chosen by the manufacturer to identify their tools.

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horseshoe steel - Knife Making - I Forge Iron

Jun 25, 2009 · Unfortunately, horseshoe steel isn't nearly knife-grade. It's the same as mild steel (1015-1020), which has low carbon content. A good rule of thumb to find out if a steel might be good for making knives out of is spark testing.

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STRUCTURAL FIELD WELDING

field welding on a project. and then rupture the weld as shown in Figure 2 with a force or by striking it with a hammer. • The fractured surface of the weld will be inspected to ensure complete penetration into the root of the joint, complete fusion to the base metal, and no inclusion or porosity larger

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Operation and Maintenance Manual

Figure 1. Retrieval Tool / Service Valve Dimensional Schematic 1. Table 2. Retrieval Tool Parts The hammer union (2) can now be slid off the front tube. 6. Gear Shaft Removal 9. Place the gear box (8) in a soft jawed vise and by holding the handwheel (11) remove nut (9) from Most steels should be preheated prior to welding when the

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HYDRAULIC PIPING STANDARD HANDBOOK

9 TO BE CUTTED OFF Next comes detail engineering which determines the detail level of final pipe routing, material, components etc. The Hydraulic Piping Standard Handbook assists in the above mentioned engineering process by providing relevant

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AISI 4130 Steel 25CrMo4 1.7218 708A25 SCM430

AISI 4130 Steel Grade Heat Treatment; Annealing of 4130 steels; Annealing of 4130 steel forgings may be carried out by transferring the part straight from the forging operation to a furnace held at a suitable temperature, around 860º C (1575 º F) for annealing, holding for a suitable time then furnace cooling.

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